Note: This article was written in advance of the 2014 Collaborative Law Institute’s annual conference. That interview can be heard here.
From noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18, lawyers Janet Brumley and Jelena Kovacevic Yeargain (both with Verner Brumley PC) and mental health professional Linda Solomon will be interviewed on Think with Krys Boyd. In the three years since Solomon and two other collaborative law collaborators were interviewed on the show, Texas state law has expanded and further defined the role of collaborative law in divorce.
This year’s conference — in which Solomon will join a group of other longtime Texas collaborative law proponents, including Carla Calabrese, Kevin Fuller, Honey Sheff, and Julie Quaid — is titled “Breaking Through Barriers,” and will focus on on some of the most difficult barriers for couples seeking resolution to divorce, including substance abuse and addiction, the emotional toll brought on by infidelity, and the impact that attachment can have on the divorce process.
Later this week, we’ll have the link to the interview up on the blog (in case you’re not able to listen live).